New “Outlook” Showcases Intergenerational LeadersMarch 20, 2013
The Spring/Summer issue of Outlook magazine is on its way to your mailbox!
Members can log in and read Outlook now to find out what you can learn from Eleanor Roosevelt’s leadership style, how AAUW alumna Melissa Harris-Perry became an MSNBC host and one of the most famous names in cultural analysis, and how a phenomenally successful California program is going national to inspire girls in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. And everyone can read our free feature for this issue to learn about why, after 50 years, working women desperately need the landmark Equal Pay Act to be updated. You history buffs should pay special attention to page 10 to find out which AAUW members were there with President John F. Kennedy at the signing of the Equal Pay Act. We’ve even tracked down a great photo to prove it!
And those are just the feature stories. Be sure to peruse the rest of the issue for details on why the recent Violence Against Women Act reauthorization was so important, how the AAUW Tahlequah student organization is honoring women’s history on campus, and what our resident book critic thought of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg’s much-discussed new book. This issue also includes a preview of our 2013 AAUW National Convention in New Orleans, which you won’t want to miss, and a guide to the AAUW National Election. Be sure to check the back cover of the magazine for your voter PIN and member ID, which you need to vote.
Watch out for Outlook in your mailbox in the coming weeks. And if you’d like to join more than 300 “green” AAUW members and receive the magazine via e-mail, opt in to the digital subscription today!